UPDATE: 2:00 P.M. 11/11/19
The snowfall from overnight and into the morning has mostly subsided, but bitter cold temperatures are settling in.
Officials are warning residents about the bitter cold expected as the low temperature this evening will be anywhere from 5 to 10 degrees. Tuesday's current high temperature is 21. Temperatures this Monday are continuing to fall toward the evening.
Some Veterans Day activities were canceled this morning or had portions moved indoors.
In Plano, officials with the Plano American Legion canceled their ceremony, due to weather but will still hold their planned dinner tonight at the legion hall.
In Oswego, the American Legion announced that due to snowy conditions, they canceled the Veterans Day processional scheduled for this morning but a luncheon for veterans was still held.
In Sheridan, officials canceled the afternoon event at the Sheridan Veteran's Memorial.
The city of Aurora announced that due to the inclement weather, the Aurora Veterans Day Parade on Monday was canceled. A ceremony was still held indoors at Aurora City Hall.
Meanwhile, most of the minimal power outages from the morning in the immediate listening area have been repaired.
The National Weather Service's issuance of a Winter Weather Advisory has now expired but winter-like conditions remain.
Most of the area snowfall totals are between two to four inches. Roads could still be snow covered in spots, making travel difficult throughout the remainder of the day.
Some wind, blowing snow could also impact travel. Drivers are advised to slow down on roadways and to use caution while driving. Municipalities are also asking drivers to be cautious and patient while snow plow drivers are out on roadways.
Make sure to stay tuned to 107.1 FM WSPY for the latest weather details.